How to create QR code for your Android app

Author: | Posted: December 1st, 2011 | Category: How To | 4 Comments »
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How to create QR code for your Android app

With Android being the biggest smartphone OS (latest report) it is very important that You, the developers are aware how to successfully spread the word of your apps. Most of the android users know what QR codes are and have scanned QR code at least once, so using it to promote your apps is good opportunity. Using QR codes as marketing tool is unique way to let people find your app without the need of inputing long URLs, searching, browsing, etc.
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BP use QR codes to present daily offers

Author: | Posted: November 18th, 2011 | Category: Case Studies | No Comments »
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BP Connect QR code for Daily Deals

And the latest ones to be featured in our QR code in the wild posts are BP. The QR Codes are placed on the shelves at BP shops at UK and their purpose is to present daily offers. When scanned they lead to BP’s mobile website which tracks your location and displays the offers near you.

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QR Codes Usage Stats for the Q3 2011

Author: | Posted: October 4th, 2011 | Category: Statistics | 4 Comments »
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QR Code operating system stats for Q3 2011

Here are some inside stats of QR code usage and penetration in world for Q3 2011. Since our last stats for the First half of 2011 we saw growth in both creation and scans of QR Codes. However we have some change in places when it comes to devices used to scan codes. Last period Android phones lead iPhones with more than 8%, but now we have a different picture. In Q3 2011 iPhones are responsible for 30.19% of scans, with Androids responsible for 22.78%, which is a total game changer when we compare metrics from the last period and now. Here is some catch, so take a look at the graph and you will see a HUGE part of 28.15% of the scans which OS is marked as “not set”. From my experience and some research about Google Analytics i understood that these are mainly Android and Windows Phones so the final numbers will be different.
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